What are this? What are all of this?
There are lots of interesting things in the world. For some people they represent an amazing number of possibilities. For other people, they remain disengaged and never see the potential and possibility of things.
Some people in their 50’s don’t have a computer or don’t have a smart phone. I know better than to ask them why. And I know better than to encourage them to get either or both.
People now in their 50’s were in their 20’s or 30’s when computers became readily available in the consumer market in the 1980’s. If they didn’t see the potential of it then, and henceforth for the following 30 or so years, then they will not see the potential of it now. It would be a disservice to try to convince them otherwise.
The world divides itself in this way. Those who see, and those who do not see; those who see the potential of things and those who don’t. Those who have curiosity and those where curiosity is seriously muted. Intervention should not be allowed to try to change those who do not have sight into those that do. That is the way of the World.
So, I thought about all this when I came across this YouTube video from Jenna Marbles… “What are this?”
So watch this video and wonder how people divide themselves similar to Jenna’s two dogs – Kermit and Marbles
- Those who see all the things, objects, and ideas in the world yet comprehend little or none of it.
- Those who, as Jenna describes the behavior of her other dog, “Just bark or want food”.
- And those who do see the potential of things, make video’s and wonder why people (or dogs) must differentiate themselves into these groups in the first place
After you watch, read a related article – Vintage Steve Jobs: Good Artists Copy; Great Artists Steal
and Releasing Innovation by Breaking Paradigms: seeing what no one else can see